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  • 1. Introducing a point When delivering the presentation on the particular subject it is relevant to introduce the key points. You may use one of the following phrases: My monologue is about … I have to talk about … To begin with, …. First of all I'd like to say ... Speaking of ...
  • 2. Enumeration of points in addition to that ... moreover, ... furthermore, ... another example of this is ... first, second, third ... Finally, ...
  • 3. Stating something as a fact As everyone knows ... It is generally accepted that ... There can be no doubt that ... It is a fact that ... Nobody will deny that ... Everyone knows that ...
  • 4. Giving Your Opinion Neutrally I think… I feel that… In my opinion… As far as I'm concerned… As I see it… In my view I tend to think that… From my point of view…
  • 5. Giving a Strong Opinion I'm absolutely convinced that… I have no doubt that… I'm sure that… There is no doubt that … I strongly believe that… I am absolutely certain that …
  • 6. Drawing conclusions and summing up Last but not least ... In short, … In conclusion I can say that ... To conclude, I want to say that … To sum up, … Finally, I would say that …